The large wooded park of 40 acres and its outstanding english style gardens designed in the middle of the XIXth century, with centennial trees, will led you on the steps of the Queen Margot along the well known gorges du Ciron up to the Queen's famous cave.
The walk runs along the remains of the fortifications of the old town, the medieval motte (at the confluence of the two rivers). It also goes through the bridleways up to the fountain, the Palombière and the pond with its bird island, the waterfall, the old mill, the wash-house and the giant bamboo plantation.
It is not rare to meet fortuitously some deers, rabbits, ducks, pheasants and other wild animals.
Below the Castle, along the Ciron gorges,
you can reach Queen Margot’s caves,
a symbolic place of Cazeneuve ,
with a natural and enchanting beauty.
You will heard about it during the visit.
Planted at the end of the XIXth century along
the Homburens stream, this bamboo forest
is outstanding because of its size and its big bamboos.
They reach up to 18 meters high.
Located on the edge on the pond,
the Queen’s garden is a true haven of peace
from where you can admire the island
and its lush vegetation. Below the dije,
you will walk along the lavoir and the old mill
while admiring the waterfall which will open you
the gates of the bamboo forest.
At the confluence of the two rivers behind the castle,
you will see the large Medieval Motte offering its
memories to the eyes of the visitors.